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Buzzworthy

  

Buzzworthy
 Elsie Moody
November 3rd 2017

 

She had only one dating rule: no more actors.

For entertainment reporter Kate Ferris, interviewing celebrities is just part of the job, and she’s never been one to get starstruck. At least, not until she meets movie star Nick Archer in the flesh. One of the hottest and most elusive bachelors in Hollywood, Nick seems miles out of her league, so when he takes an interest in her at a press junket, Kate can’t help but be intrigued. She may have a strict rule against dating actors, but he’s drop-dead gorgeous and she’s only human.

As their flirtation blossoms into full-blown romance, Kate struggles to maintain her journalistic integrity, while potentially becoming a subject of tabloid gossip herself. Can she and Nick survive the public fallout when the painful mistakes of their past come back to haunt them both?

If only romance were as simple in real life as it is in the movies. 

 

 

 

Remarkably deep and well developed for book that is not really that long. I liked the plotidea and the way it was written and I can only recommend it to lovers of hollywood romances as it felt connected to the real world and had a sort of Pretty Woman flair around it. (Eventhough the story is nothing like it at all)

 

 

 

 

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